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Ever since I started with websecurity I've noticed alot of people still use passwords such as 123456 or abcdef and so on. I mean is it really so damn hard to figure out a more complicated password like, "IDigAGrave34+" or "IFuckedBaTmanInTheAssetsi1369" (a very long but yet secure pass). Or just use any word you see around you and mix them like for example if you have a dell pc and a samsung screen, those two names are pretty easy to scramble around like, "desamllsung" and sprinkle some random characters above it. If it is so hard to remember just write it down on notes and hide somewhere or use the countless programs where u can store it. So please for the love of your own privacy, think when you create an account and do not use the same pass on every damn site you are on. Make it hard for the hackers and crackers out there. Sincerily, a concerned internet user.11
I am a php dev, i want to go up in position/salary increase,
i have expanded my web security experience by completing a CEH course and completed a threat modelling course, I have developed an interest in security and expanded my skill set into automation tools
Can anyone recommend any web security courses that can help me progress in my career4